Trauma, simulation, ECG, rythm problems
- Dr. Peckler received his undergraduate BA from Tulane University and his medical doctorate from St. George's University School of Medicine.
- His post graduate medical training was completed in Grenada, St. Vincent, New York, and England.
- After finishing his training in Emergency Medicine and chief resident year at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York he became a core faculty member of the Cornell University Emergency Medicine residency at Lincoln Hospital in the South Bronx, New York.
- While there he did extensive training and teaching of trauma care.
- He was part of a team that had developed and trauma course for primary care providers in Spanish that was given in many different countries.
- In 2002 he went to a rural regional trauma center in Florence, South Carolina.
- While there he continued his academic pursuits in New York and continued teaching and research.
- In 2004 he moved to Florida to become a core faculty member in the Emergency Medicine residency at the University of South Florida at Tampa General Hospital.
- He was the director of simulation and worked extensively with the medical school simulation program.
- He has been working in New Zealand part time since 2009 and has been a full time consultant since 2013 at Wellington Hospital and runs the simulation program.
- Simulation and educational process have been his main focus of teaching and research.
- He has traveled the globe presenting and giving courses in trauma, simulation, and ultrasound.